And then there was one

One, that is, referring to the number of days left in the off-season/pre-season/whatever-you-want-to-call-it-before-you-race-again-in-the-subsequent-season. 2013 kicks into high gear with the Tour of San Luis here in the San Luis’ian region of Argentina. […]

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My Best Uncle Eddie Impression

I’ve expanded my packing list so that when preparing for adventures of life on the road, you now need a wallet, passport, cycling shoes, and cell phone. So after having invested entirely […]

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Riding the Waves

Two more days of team camp here in southwestern Tuscany. These 48 hours represent two more chances for the most meager breakfast offerings one has ever seen in the modern world, as […]

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Tips from Ted

I like to pretend I know a thing or two about this bike riding thing. I’m paid real dollars (well, Euros rather, but those are then converted to dollars) in exchange for […]

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A Tuscan Winter

Winter in Tuscany may sound romantic, but if images of crisp starlit evenings, dainty rolling hills, or bright basking sun are painting the picture in your mind, you are thinking of the […]

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Good vs Bad

There are good ideas and there are bad ideas. The first good idea of the day is to pay rapt attention to this website. That experience is significantly enhanced while applying gentle […]

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I’m all over the place

Allow me to set the scene: I am riding parallel to a busy road, so I find myself on a bike path. Very few patrons in sight; in fact, I haven’t seen […]

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It’s about that time that I tell the world…

…that I have a son. Actually that’s a lie. Hopefully you’re read at least this far into the blog today to pick up the fact that that is not my son. This […]

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